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Oct
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comment Whether to put the business logic in Stored Procedure or Not?
I really don't see a sense to misuse c# for things that SQLServer can do so much better, and vice-versa.
Oct
10
comment Whether to put the business logic in Stored Procedure or Not?
Come on guys, serious? We employ peoples that have a brain to think and come with some experience on board. Then.. oh yes they have a mouth to ask and do conversation. I can say that our software needs very low maintenance and new features can implemented fine by almost everyone in our team. can't be that wrong what we do.
Oct
10
comment Whether to put the business logic in Stored Procedure or Not?
Nope. It's always into Business Layer or T-SQL. Figuring out where the logic is stored is probably the smallest problem when it comes to maintenance.
Oct
10
comment Whether to put the business logic in Stored Procedure or Not?
@Å¡ljaker of course it's not always true. But it's more likely that the program changes (redesign of the software, new programming languages, etc) rather than the DB.
Oct
10
comment Whether to put the business logic in Stored Procedure or Not?
The last thing that changes is the RDBMS ;-)
Oct
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Oct
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Oct
10
answered Whether to put the business logic in Stored Procedure or Not?
Feb
10
comment Why do business analysts and project managers get higher salaries than programmers?
salary is inversely proportional to the knowledge ;-)
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